The Land
A natural grazing site for young deer
One of our groves in the summer 
Our Trophy Bucks LOVE Sportsmans Choice Record Rack!!! They eat about a ton a week.
Buck Trails is located in the famous blackbelt of Bullock County, producing some of the best White Tail Deer hunting in Alabama. 

White Oak, Red Oak, Water Oak, Pecan, Persimmon, White Clover and Wild Honeysuckle are a few of the natural providers for the abundant deer population.

Summer food plots of iron clay peas, white clover, hybrid grain sorghum and other planted food provide high protein.  Winter food plots are lush with rye, white clover, wheat, alfalfa and other winter grazing forges. 

The several creeks and ponds are nestled between hills and ridges which provide excellent natural breaks for hunters and wildlife.

Please take a minute to browse through a few pictures of the land.
There are more than 500 acres of hunting land at Sweetwater Preserve.